Arts review and what’s-on guide

by | 6 January 2022 | Art, Comedy, Community Event, Hobbies, Local Experiences, Music, Performing Arts, Worksop

The Point, Doncaster
Georgia O’Keeffe: Memories of Drawings

15th January to 20th March
A brand-new Hayward Gallery touring exhibition presenting a remarkable collection of work from this pioneering American artist.

Doncaster Gallery Library and Museum
Twenty Historical Women Who Changed the World

Until 9th January
An exhibition by Chinwe Russell.

The Crossing Place: An Installation by Heinrich and Palmer
Until 16th January
An immersive exhibition inspired by Doncaster’s rich heritage collection, and a scaled down version of the sound and light projection event that Heinrich and Palmer have developed specifically for this year’s DN Festival of Light at Doncaster Minster. The display uses 3D laser scanning technology as well as projection and lighting effects to create a landscape of fantastical creatures, where predators and prey exist peacefully side-by-side as luminous bodies of light. The display also draws on artwork and taxidermy from Heritage Doncaster’s own collections.

Double Take
22nd January to 17th April
This is an exhibition with a simple idea – to make connections between artworks from the collections of the Arts Council and Heritage Doncaster. Through those connections the exhibition sheds light on works by some of the important artists whose work is included in Heritage Doncaster’s own art collection, while bringing to Doncaster some important works from the collection of the Arts Council. The exhibition includes works by, among others, Henry Moore, Gwen and Augustus John, and Paul and John Nash.

Harley Gallery, Welbeck
Kindred Spirits
Until 6th February
The third of four exhibitions from The Collection, which run to May next year. This exhibition will show Outsider Art made by UK artists, offering a fascinating insight into the genre’s impact on the story of modern British Art. It has been curated by ‘Outside In’, an organisation that provides a platform for artists who face barriers due to health, disability or social circumstance.

Museums Sheffield
The Graves Gallery

Precision as a State of Mind
Until 15th January
An exhibition of sculpture by Mark Firth.

The Millennium Gallery
Scratching the Surface: Metalwork from China, Japan, India, Pakistan and Iran
Until March

Roots Music Club at the Ukranian Centre
Ciderhouse Rebellion

14th January
Profound and eloquent, epic, haunting and dramatic, The Ciderhouse Rebellion sees master musicians Adam Summerhayes and Murray Grainger combine to produce improvised subtly woven tapestries of sound.

‘Fiddler’s Elbow’, from Hull
28th January, doors 7.30pm for 8.00pm start
Tickets: / 01302 719868.

D31 Gallery
Winter Exhibition

17th January to 15th March

The Wesley Centre, Maltby

29th January
Tickets £15.00. or

Worksop Music Concert Series
Worksop College Chapel

Voses8: Stardust
14th January
Tickets £18.00.

Worksop College Great Hall
Jazz Night
28th January
Tickets £25.00 to include a hot buffet.

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